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Title: The Islander
Uniform Title: Islander (Anna Maria, Fla.)
Physical Description: 36 v. : ill. ; 45 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Islander Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Anna Maria Fla
Creation Date: April 5, 1962
Publication Date: -1986
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Anna Maria (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Manatee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
Coordinates: 27.530278 x -82.734444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 36, no. 44 (Sept. 25, 1986).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1951.
General Note: "Where life is peaceful ... and fishing is good."
General Note: Description based on: No. 321 (Jan. 2, 1958).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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543 ANNA MARIA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY:, APRIL 5, 1962 TEN CENTS I'
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ANNA MARIA MEETING
FLOWER SHOW WINNERS ,
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Horticulture Division winners in :4.t.:<' ;'1: '. <- Long Agenda Occupies CommissionThe ;

the ninth annual flower show of the ": ; .. .
1"" AnnaMaria Garden Club held the .
at regular April meeting of rete.parking bumpers for the
j Anna Maria Community Hall last the Anna Maria City Commissionwas
week parking lot adjacent to the Com
: were as follows: Petunias, 'Ylr" held
Monday evening, with
a
t White, 1st, Mrs. D. Henry Clay; 2nd, munity Hall.
Mrs. Robert Carlin. Double Pink, r H, lengthy agenda of more or less Lot 5 in Block'41, located on
,.I 1st, Mra. Walter Frink; 2nd, Mrs. routine items occupying the at Bay Boulevard, will be the sub-
George Maywood. Variegated, 1st, I tention of the commissioners. ject of a resolution restoring it
and 2nd, Mrs. Jerome Vitt. Purple, BEST OF SHOW award In ninth An- Mayor James 0. Ferguson to its original status as a lot. I
1st, Mrs. Carlin. nual Flower Show of Anna Maria stressed the importance of install. A will be heldat I
special meeting
Gaillardia, 1st, Mrs. G. R. Jones Garden Club, held at CommunityHall ing street numbers, stating that
2nd,Mrs. Peter Karr 3rd, Mrs. Fred- the city office at 2 p.m. Fridayto
; >, ..: last week (left). Arrangement, the Telephone Company, the Fire consider some.misunderstand
erick Hansa.Anthemus zE the work of Mrs. Harry Karr of An -
1st, Mrs. Carlin. na Maria, was an entry in design Department, delivery men, doc ings which have arisen.
Phlox, 1st and 2nd, Mrs. Hansa. class which called for "fresh plant tors and others had requested City Attorney Walter R. Talley
Candytuft, 1st, Mrs. Maywood. ,_ material, featuring water in a low property owners to do so. read a letter he had been instruct.
(Continued on Page 3)) container. Lower picture showsone Grouper Street, from Coconut ed to write to a local repairman,
section of extensive horticulture Avenue to Willow Avenue, will be informing him he could not continue
Z L exhibit at show. (I Islander I laid out by County Engineer John to do any plumbing work hi :
Seasons Third Play e Photos) Benson and his staff, and paved the city without"having passed a t

To Open WednesdayNot later.A. plumbing examination in Manatee
request for bids for paving
in TKeBook, the third) playto and County.
improving drainage on 250
be produced this season by the Return receipt letters Have \ '
feet on Bay Boulevard will be i
been mailed all who
Island Players will open at the advertised. to, persons
owe delinquent tax bills, or bills
Anna Maria Community Hall for J
will be
Repair parts purchasedand
for lot clearing or special assess
four night Wednesday .t
a run eve installed in the. city mosquito
ning, April 11. Curtain time will fogging machine. Commission ments. l',
bo H:30. Bayou Marina, Inc. requested ,
members asked all residents to
a change in zoning on property
The play is a mystery-comedy
check
premises for possible stand immediately north. of the marina, I
by Arthur Watkyn and has enjoyed '
where could'
ing water mosquitos
from residential commercial
to J
successful in London.
a run breed and eliminate such
to spots.
and a representative of the com ,
Next week's presentation by the Permission was voted the Is.
Players will be the first pany was told the commission be-
production
land build
10 14
Players to a by '
lieved the property in question is
of the play in this country.Its foot addition to the Community
plot combines intrigue, murder Hall already zoned commercial.
the The
at no cost to city.
and comedy, and Approval was granted a request
L suspense
be
room will used for storage of
of Police Chief Jordan
George ,
promises to provide good enter the
tainment for Island playgoers. Players' properties. that the city pay half the cost of
Approval was granted Commissioner
insurance on his car which he
Directed director
by guest Mrs. Alma
Haynes to pur- '
uses for patrol work. J '
Helen' Peters the includes ,
cast : ''L'tSf >* v-i-Mr cfkvv v\i *!* /& chase four palm trees jfor the J
Irma Cox, Bob Hanscom, Dick Community Hall Park front an Bills totaling $471 were approved 1
Rosedale Dr. Gunther Her. i for payment.was .
Roy r; off-Island nursery, and 16 con. \
mann Brandt, Hank Aldredge,
Col. Ed Chandler and Jim Adam-
SPECIAL ,CHAMBER MEETING t

son.Advance reservations I
be made at seat the box office at may the The social side of the confer Island Players'---- Merger With County C of C Voted.. J'

Manatee County Beach Pavilion ence has not been overlooked. concerti '
Sarasota Squadron has arranged Annual MeetingThe At a special meeting of the Island particularly \ with
from 2 to 5 Saturday, April
p.m. for an informal poolside shore annual meeting of the Is. Chamber of Commerce Thurs. special Island projects/: pcbeautificatioil $ as\. .
7, or Monday, April 9. .
roadsideson""STarviciding ''
of "and '
dinner Friday evening; a joint land Players was held at the Holmes day evening, a motion was passedto ?
luncheon with the ladies Saturday Beach city office Monday eve. have the local chamber become ;n"' '"t control.rhani1 J\:

Power Squadron noon, and the formal dinner ning, with the officers for the pre- part of the new Manatee County has carried pro-

Spring Conference, dance Saturday evening. Enter vious year re-elected to another Chamber of Commxge. ___ "r"- fnr several years with
1 tainment will be provided at the term. They are: Mrs. K. W. Sten With only 20 of them The Spring Conference of District dinner-dance by the SaraBelles, strom, president; H. E. Cox, first 1 \ a n JTS preset .,.. .J ,
22, United States Power Sweet Adeline champions of the vice-president; Log nR. ArnoldTnrnnri Cl t'b.. in favor ol' TRe 1 Under. me ChaMerof: the new
Squadrons, will convene at Holi ": Ident **1 ::with .wide .Jf County Chamber, each :
southeast. Saturday afternoon the TT ; 1m'' BTry .. ergs e c
day Inn and Yacht Club on Route| women njSX- cruise on SaH ota man, recordingsasr.etary; NorjBMnrgnnrnarroTriridin ,r anirtaon was\ 1.. to of the four divisions of the chanvJigrQhff
41, Bradenton, Friday and Sat. Bay -jSuxjjJA sight-seeing, oFj"ust nil J The dote w s t en after ( J'lfind.Palmetto;. Greater *
urday, April 13.14, withnfrSjara- >'Aj> Bal go e and swim S the and John. Osborn> easurer. engtHy diC u io during which Bradenton and Longboat Key) 1-
sots Power Squadron to be t1i T s elecletl furiuree t prose c rtes b'.Iawsf will be entitled to one director

host. ***- icers oPthe Island'' Scfba ron year terms areTSJrs. Robert R." t c ber were studied. for each fifty members or fraction .

f District 22 is comprised of 13' Ill\attentiotrof- members )I.._", 1\1 Walter'luk:: ,,'''', po nt. thereof, and Jean-Paul St. Lau.
squadrons, Anna Maria "Island, aportunjty', offeri/d/ V tthe Harold Igo anOther K. W. Ste President Bill Lee of the Island rent a member of the charter

I Boca Ciega, Clearwater Flint cohlereiiQeipT th o algroup TtT .:.1&...&&&0 Chamber, who was strongly in fa. ,committee of the new organization .
River, Ga., Ft. Myers, Lakeland, WalkSa way fwimlhe ahfcq ante direr rs, whose terms vor of joining the county cham said 51 members would en.
St. Petersburg, Sarasota, Tallahassee cup since""rrosT'Sarasota Squad* have two years to run, are: Mrs.C. ber, said he was very pleased title a division to two directors. I

Tampa, Tarpon Springs, ron in ineligible, calling attention E. Brewer, George Harris Jr., with the vote, and that in his A few days earlier, membersof
k Venice and Woodruff Lake *Ga". to the fact, however, that members Nan Mason, Frank J. Brechlin opinion it was "the best thing the Palmetto Chamber votedto
Presiding at all sessions until must be present and registered, and Mrs. James Eddowes; and that has happened to Anna Maria join the larger group, 'and the
M r a new district commander and to be counted. those whose terms have one year Island. directors of the Greater Braden

staff are elected at the Saturday to run are: David Chick, Mrs. L. He also said he regretted the ton Chamber voted to do likewise ,.,
afternoon business meeting, will R. Arnold, Mrs. Joan Tann, Mrs. poor attendance at the meeting, if the countywide chamber
be District Commander H. C. Benjamin 'Margaret Donaldson and Mrs. despite a notice of the meetingand would assume ownership and the
of Holmes Beach a member Bruce Ralston. copy of the proposed charter indebtedness of the new $100,000

I of the Anna Maria Island The report of the treasurer and by-laws having been sent chamber of commerce building at
Power Sf aHT showed that a total of 373 season to each member several days be. Tenth Street and Third Avenue,

r *Riday afternoon an roay tickets were sold, 102" more than fore the meeting.Several Bradenton. The members of the

unorntne i ill ot ed.s- the previous year, and that, ap questions were left unanswered Longboat Key Chamber are expected
"cussion and interchange id Jin iTi"tj 1] ffftfl was realized in the bylaws and char to vote on the question ala

sand -.fneth. tter i uc unShe sale of program adv\ 's- ter, accortUqz to Lee, and he regular meeting April 11.
.. Jtiptrin safe JWting, 'his -

t. '-penury. *. 'njfiflftfo *oj all! it ng.H.. jamin, firma f allarte ZSg

l} -tates:. <__ ua rep ted then SLAND WEA "'' ,I
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N arters f harter the viersnos 3 -
organization will "Ee eprestQtedby tied the ( rap. s a Rainfall

Nick Tiburri, nation tress royal, a newlaws b a g Noon 6 m Hri1
er; Charles G. Grosscup, assistant I a y dopli at the n p.
director of education; and S. < meeting of the ers. ; None.None

Abbott Hutchinson, national budget t Reports of committee chatrm Mar. 7 .

officer and a member of tisland were read, and approval given Mar. 2 82 7 71 None
Squadron. Mr. Hutchinson for building a small addition to Mar. 30 66 82 ?4 .86 7 None
makes his home in Anna Maria OUT OF CONTEXT Int..lor'' new the Anna Maria Community Hall ,; Mar.31--72 80 74 84 73, None \
during the winters and spends the Gloria Dot Evangelical Lutheran for use as a storage room for Apr. 172 66 62 72 71 2.4
summers at his home in Marble, Rene Re- the .'A for the addi
Church, photographed by Players plan Apr. 2- 63 70 66 84 72 None
head, ,Mass. don of Anna Marla. tion was drawn by A. H. Robson.




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2 THE ISLANDER Thursday, April

rl= The Islander ROADSAn
,ANNAMARIA, FLORIDA ,
old man with a cast net
TELEPHONE 778.2021 And a pail of fat mullet ZY y
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'I Shuffles along the sand path,
Editor................................STEVE KIMBALL .:{
@ Where sentinel palms whisperIn !:-L--
News and advertising.............MARGE KIMBALL the salt-fresh sea breeze, ; _

Mall Address Anna Maria, Florida Toward his gray-wood shack.
i Above, ,birds sail, like kites,
'il Subscription $3.50 a year; $2.00 for six months, payable in Against the deep afternoon sky.
Ii advanc..-Canoda, $5.00 p.r y.ar. Over the silent unknown islandA '
Advertising rate $1.00 per column Inch. Discount of 10% for white-fire sun burns eternal.
I six consecutive insertions If paid by tenth of following month.
National or agency placed advertising $1.25 per column inch. The road is tarred black now. '

I I I'; CLOSING TIME NOON TUESDAY The old fisherman has gone now.
Cars like chrome beasts hum
An Independent weekly published every Thursday by Past white-roofed houses, split- u
THE'ISLANDER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Anna Maria, Florida Level motels with swimming pools -
And trailer parks and dim-lit bars.
Entered as second class matter under the Act of March 3,1879.
Above the birds, a jet streaks
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High and away out across the gulf.
But still over the islandA
?! white-fire sun burns eternal.
SOON--OR PERHAPS NEVERThe

--Steve deWolf FISHERMAN'S DREAM, oil painting by Mrs. August
Manatee County Committee of 100 calls Manatee County Wagner of South Harbor Drive, Holmes Beach, which "
"The fastest growing section of the nation's fastest growing state, and HIGH 12 CLUB MEETINGThe won Best of Show award in competition of 91 paint-
then offers reasons and statistics to back up its statement. ings at the second Suncoast Fine Arts Festival Day
Official census figures show that the County doubled its populationin Island High Twelve Club presented District Eight of the Florida Federationof
Women's Clubs in Tampa Friday, in which 41 wom
will meet at the Gulf Terrace
the decade between 1950 and 1960, and further--that the Island
en's clubs took part. Mrs. Wagner Is fine arts chairman
population tripled in the same period of time. Restaurant at noon, Wednesday,
of the Anna Maria Island Woman's Club. Painting will
This rapid growth of the Island's year around population, coupled April 11, with William B. Lee, be exhibited at the club's annual spring luncheon, to I
with a swiftly expanding influx of tourists and vacation visitors, has president of the Island Chamberof be held at the Holmes Beach Yacht Club Thursday,
emphasized the need for additional recreational facilities especiallyif Commerce, to bee: speaker.Col. April 5. (Islander Photo)
further growth of the population and tourist industry is to be encour- Ray Sherman, veil known
Island resident, a r ired Army ISLANDER PAINTS PRIZEMrs. Mrs. Anna M. GilbertMrs.

aged.Many times has the subject of an Island civic center and auditorium career officer and past comman- .August Wagner of South Har- Anna M. Gilbert of 2212

been considered, and ways and means for building such a center dist derof the Island Power Squadron, bor Drive, Holmes.Beach, won the Avenue B, Bradenton Beach, .
cussed. To date, however, ,nothing tangible has resulted. spoke at last week's meeting. He Best of Show Award, a purple rib- died March 10, at the home of }
While not the largest auditorium on the Island, the 50 year old told some of his experiences in bon, at the second Suncoast Fine her daughter, Mrs. Frederick L.
Anna Maria Community Hall certainly is one of the most popular and the Philippines, where' he was Arts Festival Day of the Florida Federation Barth, 16 Jefferson Avenue, t
most frequently used meeting place, and in the absence of any better. assigned after the end of World of Women's Clubs District Maplewood, N. J.

facility, the Island is fortunate to have it. War II, to assist i in organizingand Eight, staged Friday in Tampa. Mrs. Gilbert, wife of the late
When seating is placed iij the Community Hall in the most efficient training the local constabu- The award given Mrs. Wagner was Thomas Gilbert, had lived on the

manner possible--during the presentations of the Island Players--the lary, members of which were widely for an oil painting (see picture). Island for five years, and was active -
maximum seating capacity with any degree of comfort and safety is scattered the Members of 41 women's clubs in in the activities of the Annie
140. And that has to serve a year around population of 3, 000, and a islands which throughout the many Phil- Pinellas, Pasco, Hernando, Hills- Silver Community Hall, and attended *
seasonal population of probably twice that number. comprise borough and Manatee counties com Harvey Memorial Commu
The above-mentioned of the Island if ippine group. Many of the nativeswere
rapid growth population on in crafts drama nity Church.
peted arts, poetry
continuing at the same rate, points to some thought-provoking possi- Moros, of the Moslem faith, and literature. Mrs. Wagner is a She was born in South Amboy
bilities. At the of the Island will have all and head hunting was still in vogue -
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same rate growth, an year member of the Anna Maria Island N. J. and lived in Maplewood for
population of approximately 9,000 by 1970--only eight years hence! on many of the islands. Woman's Club.She plans to exhibit 39 years before moving to Bra
A long time away?Where did those last eight years go so quickly? How The High Twelve Club is a social the painting in the annual con- denton Beach. *
muchopen public land will still be available atthat, time in the forma organization, made up of vention of the Florida Federation of Survivors, besides her daugh.
of park or beaches unless something is done about the problem im- members of the Masonic order, Women's Clubs, to be held in Miami ter, are two sons, T. Nelson Gil-
.' mediately? one of about 15 in Florida, anda later this year. bert of Towson, Md. and EdwardM. v
number Gilbert of Union N. and o
J.
While land adjacent the Island approach to the Anna Maria Bridge large throughout the ,
t is still virgin territory, and before its character;: becomes definitely established country. Members of the local made for a well rounded program, two grandsons.Your .

by a commercial area by the building of gasoline stations or chapter include both year around to include charitable and civic
otherbusiness buildings, would it not be the ideal location for an Island and winter residents of all three activities in addition to the week- best news coverage of Is.
civic and community center with an auditorium which would seat a Island ,cities, and plans are being ly luncheon meetings. land affairs The Islander.

larger portion of the Island population at one gathering and which I I
would lend itself to accommodation of several smaller meetings at one
time? An auditorium set in a well-planned public park?

The time to think about such a project certainly is before the land I
becomes valuable the public cannot afford to purchase it, and before -
other use makes even more valuable. The time is NOW! H EINTEREST


ANNA MARIA ISLAND TIDES

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5 Thur. 12107 a.m. 1.2 12105 p.m. 1." 5.39 a.m. 0.1 6123 p.m. 0.6
6 Fri. 1.03 a.m. 1.0 12132 p.m. 1.6 606 a.m. 0.1 7.12 p.m.0.7 I
7 Sat. 2.01 a.m. 0.9 1102 p.m. 1.7 6.31 a.m. 0.3 8:03 p.m.0.8 -- MID ON I
8 Sun. 3:07'a.m. 0.7 1136 p.m. 1.7 6152 a.m. 0." 8:59 p.m. 0.7 R
9 Mon: 4:49 a.m. 0.6 2116 p.m. 1.7 6155 a.m. O.S 10.00 p.m.0.7
10 Tu.. __.n ... 3.0. p.m. 1.5 ....--........... 11110 p.m: 0.6
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12 Thur. 9.51 a.m. 0.8 5135 p.m. 1.3 12.23 a.m.0.5 10157 a.m. 0.7
13 Fri. 10:02 a.m. 0.9 7102 p.m. 1.2 130 a.m.0.5 12146 p.m. 0.7 :
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14 Sot. 10.18o.m. 0.9 8:16 p.m. 1.2 2122 a.m.0.5 2:02 p.m. 0.5 A SWINGS
15 Sun. t0129.a.m. 1.0 9117 p.m. 1.2 3:03 a.m.0.4 3:01 p.m. 0.3
16 Mon. 10136 a.m. 1.0 10:06 p.m. 1.2 3:35 a.m.-0.3 35 p.m. 0.1
17 Tue. 10lU a.m. 1.1 10t51 p.m. 1.1 4:03 a.m.0.2 123 p.m.0.1
18 Weel. 10159 a.m. 1.3 11130 p.m. 1.1 129 a.m. 0.1 5:00 p.m.0.2 REMAINING ON DEPOSIT FOR .. I
19 Thur. 11.16 a.m., 1." ...........--- 152 o.m. 0.1 S:35 p.m.0.4 ONE YEAR..AND,ITS INTEREST
20 Fri. 12110 a.m. 1.0 11136 a.m. 1.5 SI1"a.m.0.2 6:13 p.m.0.6 YOU CAN BANK ONI! WHY NOT
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23 Mon.. 2135 a.... 0.8 12159 p.m. 1.8 6.09 a.m. 0.5 8.29 p.m.0.7 TODAY.
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29 Sun. 9:41 a.M. 1.1 7.53'p.m.. 1.3 11" a.m..0.6 1158 p.m. 0.6
30 Mon. 9153 a.M. 1.2 9111 p.M. 1.2 2132 a.m.0. 3.02 p.m. 0.3
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Thursday,_April 5, 1962 THE

FLOWER SHOW WINNERS... Climbing Philodendron, 1st, Mrs. The chapter entertained with a
(Continued from Page 1) Jones. Epsilon Alpha Meeting "ranch" party at the home of Mrs. VFW
Ripple Pepperoni, 1st, Mrs.Miller. Epsilon Alpha Chapter of BetaS Torgeson recently. A western supper -
Sweet Allysam, 2nd, Mrs. Carlin. Pepperoni, 1st, Mrs. Mokry.
i Phi
gm a Sorority met last weekat was served, and prizes awardedfor
Lantana, 1st, Mrs. Frink. Aloe Victoria Regina, 3rd, Mrs. New (
Penta, 1st, Mrs. Margaret Prothero. Miller. the home of Mrs. Ted Tripp of the most appropriately costumed VFW 1:| ;!
Snapdragon, 2nd, Mrs. Jones. Flowering Plants, Petunias, 1st,Bay Boulevard, Anna Maria. couple, and for winners of a twist a ; ; I !
Geraniums, 1st, Mrs. Jerome Atta- Mrs. Emil Sonntag. Officers for the coming year were contest. Past '
nasio; 2nd, Mrs. Frank Mokry. Geraniums, 1st, Mrs. Ted Lavold. elected: Mrs. George Norwood, Members and guests attending the recently! )
Pansies,2nd,Mrs.Carlin 3rd, Mrs. Orchids, 1st, Mrs. F. C. Dunham.
; president; Mrs. Tripp, vice presi- party were: Mr.and Mrs. H. R. Stephens Caner
Jones. Althesia, 2nd, Mrs. Walker. dent Mrs. Frances Maxon, recording -
; Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Par-
Dark Nasturtiums. 1st, Mrs. Vitt. African Violets, 1st, Mrs. Cornio;' ; White, |
LlghtNastnrtiums,1stMrs.. Jones, 2nd, Mrs. Robert Slater; Mrs. Dun- secretary; Mrs. Norma Torgeson rish;Mr.and Mrs. George Thurlow; ise ( | !
'2nd, Mrs. Vitt. ham (2)); honorable mention, Mrs. corresponding secretary; Mrs.F. Mr. and Mrs. Erik Anderson; Mr. Mimi :
Asters, 1st, Mrs. Carlin. Cornio. B. Shell, treasurer, and Mrs. and Mrs. Dan Knauf; Mr. and Mrs. Roehlk I
Cerbera, 1st,Mrs.Jones; 2nd, Mrs. Bromeliads, 1st,Mrs. Dunham; 2nd,Charles A. Weaver, extension of- G.E. Welch; Mr. and Mrs. Mel A- treasurer
Wyatt Blassingame; 3rd, Mrs. Mokry. Mrs. Sam Adams. ficer.Alfonse". kins;Mr.and Mrs. George Norwood; Melba
Large Carnations, 1st & 2nd, Mrs. Class 2, Drift Magic, 1st, Mrs. Mr.and Mrs. Ted Tripp; Mr.. and trustee.
Jones. Collins 2nd Mrs. Carlin 3rd, Mrs.
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; Raymond Mrs. F. B. Shell Mr. and Mrs. C.
Small Carnations, 1st, Mrs. Carlin. Harry Karr; honorable mention, Mrs. ; ed as a
Class 2,bulbous or tuberous plants, Daniel Pedrick. Alfonse "Steve" Raymond, 76, E. Brewer; Mr.and Mrs. John Van-
1 Dark Red Amaryllis, 1st, Mrs. W. P. Class 3, Moonglow, 1st, Mrs. Ar- Pines Trailer Park, Bradenton Ostenbridge; Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Anderson; 2nd, Mrs. Ethel Walker; thur Jacks; 2nd, Mrs. Adams; 3rd, Beach, died at his residence Mon. VanOstenbridge Jr.; Mrs. Frances
3rd, Mrs. Jones.Variegated Mrs.L.M. Anderson; honorable men- day, April 2. Maxon, Mrs. Torgeson and Curtis
1st, Mrs. Clay; 2nd, tion, Mrs. Carlin. Born in St. Anne, Ill., he movedto
Mrs.! T. C. Bartels. Class 4, featuring water in low the
Island
from
ten
] Striped, 1st, Mrs. L. M. Anderson, container, 1st, Mrs. Harry Karr; 2nd, years ago Tripp.LOOKING
East FOR
Mich.
2nd, Mrs. Mokry. Mrs.Jacks; 3rd, Mrs. Maywood; hon- Lansing, '
\ Class 3, flowering vine, shrub or orable mention, Mrs. John Marden. Survivors are: His wife, Mrs.
tree, Shrimp Plant, 1st, Mrs. Louis Class 5, arrangement expressing Fannie Raymond; two daughters, AN I
Comio.Pittisporam. rhythm, 1st, Mrs. Harry Karr; 2nd Mrs. Wayne Uckele Erie Mich .
1st,Mrs.Bartels; 2nd, ,Mrs. Maywood; 3rd, Mrs. L. M. And- and Mrs. John Anderson, Arlington -
Mrs. Frink.Hawthorn. erson; honorable mention, Mrs. Heights Ill; a brother Mose ISLAND ?
1st Mrs. Fri nk. Bristow.
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Raymond of Bourbonais Ill. and
Ornamental Pepper, 1st, Mrs. Car- Class 6, arrangement suitable for ,
lin. church, 1st, Mrs. Marden; 2nd, Mrs. three sisters Mrs. Edna Hewefof
Pipe Vine, 1st,Mrs. August Honig. Adams; 3rd, Mrs. C. M. Bay less; East Lansing Mrs. Sarah Reg-
Passion Vine, 1st, Mrs. Honig. honorable mention, Mrs. Burton Har- nier of Greenville, Ohio, and
Bougainvillea, 2nd, Mrs. Mokry. rison. Mrs. Lavina Landroche of St. I
Flame Vine, 1st, Mrs. Harry Karr; Winners in the Design Division, Anne, 111.Funeral. TRY ANNA MARIAI!
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Ear Lobe Tree, 1st, Mrs. Arthur round Us, were as follows: Class'1, Wednesday afternoon at Griffith- '

Johnson.Cacti, 3rd, Mrs. Bartels. Composition of any plant material ina Cline Island Chapel, with the Rev.
shell 1st, Mrs. Marion Collins;
Hibiscus, 1st, Mrs. Bartels ((2)); 2nd Mrs. L. M. Anderson; 3rd, Mrs. Richard K. Wiggins of Roser Me- I 41/4
Mrs. Carlin; Mrs. Wilna Hervey ((2)); Rene Red 0 n; honorable mention, morial Community Church offi erO
2nd, Mrs. Bartels; Mrs. Hervey; 3rd, Mrs. W. H. Bristow. ciating. "
Mrs. Bartels ((2)); Mrs. Hervey; Mrs.J. .
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Artillery Palm 1st, Mrs. Attanasio.
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Island Bowling League -Kayo- Keding....................212 Bowling League Banquet -..... -; \
Lloyd Hanson...................210 The annual banquet of the Island -lif-.Z -'- l;, J ", ,c" .
Bob Rcincl......................204 Bowling League players and ,. : :'!t-" {;-
Roger Haynes:..................202 their wives will be held at the {. ,,:.-. .. .
Ernie Bradow...................200 Bradenton County Club Satur ','; '- '>.-
l Lloyd H nson..................200 day evening, May 19, when trophies > .,
and cash awards will be ;r ;:..
..y TOP TEN SERIES presented. Further details will be .,\
Y Lloyd Hanson..................637 published in The Islander priorto
Hugh Holmes.....................577 the banquet.Shuffleboard. *
, Jack Cols on.....................556
Bob Guild..........................544 Club
With the season to end after
more bowling sessions, TropicalVista two Kayo Keding.....................542 Officers for the next year were
wrapped the championshipin George Thibodeau.............. 537 elected by the Anna Maria Shuffleboard -
the Island Bowling up League Friday Roger Haynes.....,.............533 Club at its annual dinner w MK ih .N sa.
evening by sweeping its match with Bob Whippl....................531 meeting, held at the parish houseof -- '
the Island Bank. High individual Earl Drew) ........................526 the Episcopal Church of the .
scores were: Roger Haynes, 202, John Holmes....................519 Annunciation recently.The ,..,7.t.,.I
Jack Colson, 556; Bob Reinel, 204- FOUR LOW GAMES new officers are: Henry
Clay, president; Harvey G. Meyer, BAYSIDE Rod & Reel Motel, purchased recently by Mrs. Addle Serano
505.Other team and high individual Roy Ferguson.................... 109 vice-president; Bernard Crooks: of Tampa from Bill Brier and Ed Lattis. Management of the motel will
follows John VanOstenbridge..ll0 secretary treasurer, and Paul be undertaken by. Mrs. Serrano' sister, Mrs. Frances Pollard, also of I
scores were as Mar-
Bayou
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' ina 3, Dick Wagner Realty 1. (Er- Cotton Brewer....................112 Karr Contributions and Joe Mizen of directors. Tampa.Photo) New owner plans extensive renovation of the motel. (Islander
nieBradow: ,200,Lefty Miller, 500; Ralph KIeinbeck..115 money are
} now being accepted by the sec-
Thibodeau, .
George 192-537) SEASON'S TOP TEN SERIES
,Schu- retary-treasurer for use in build- Roser Guild MeetingThe Unitarian FellowshipSocial
chard Lay-Z-Liv-N ApartmentsS 1. Bob Guild.........?..............705 ing an additional shuffleboard luncheon meeting Roser Action Social Concernor
194, Frank Plumbing Davidson(Roy,504 Phillips Frank Bob Guild.........................647 court at the Anna Maria Commu Memorial Guild will be held an Just Social is the title of the
Moc, 215-508). ; Jim Wuichet.......................633 nity Hall Park. One half the cost the social hall of the church at 1 sermon to be read by Dr. HenryF.
Island Marine Supply 3, Stanley Lloyd Hanson...................637 of another court will be paid by p.m. Tuesday, April 10. Mr. and James at the meeting, Sunday,
Insurance 1. (Hugh Holmes, 221- Andy Rasmussen...............629 the City of Anna Maria, with the Mrs. Leon Allen, members of the April 8, of the Manatee Unitarian-
577; Lloyd Hanson, 227-637). Tom Edwards.....................629 club to pay the other half. Society of American Friends, Universalist Fellowship. The sermon -
Clyde Harman...................607 Increase in the number of players will present the program, using as was delivered by the Rev.
THE ISLANDER1 3,Anna Maria Electric makes the additional court de their Work the American L. Cottier the South
Aaron VanOstenbridge........ 599 subject of Straughan at
1. (Kayo Keding, 212-542; Bob Guild........................598 sirable. Friends Service Committee.A Nassau Unitarian Church of Free-
Roy Ferguson, 183, Jack Ehrenzel- business session will follow, L. I., N. Y. Following the
George Thibodeau.............596 port
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ler, 494) LUTHERAN CHURCH WOMEN with the leaders of the various sermon there will be a coffee '
Pete Reynard's Restaurant 3,Van- SCHEDULE-April 6 The United Lutheran Church groups and future meeting datesto hour and a round table discus !
Ostenbridge Builders 1. (George Lay-Z-Liv-N-Island Bank Women Gloria Dei Evangelical be announced. All interested sion.
Dykstra, 170, Harvey Meyer, 448; VanOstenbridge-Tropical VistaA. Lutheran Ch'urch will hold Circle persons are invited to attend. f
I Aaron VanOstenbridge, 199-496). M. Electric-Island Marine
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meetings Thursday, April as
LEAGUE STANDINGS Islander-Dick Wagner follows: Morning Circle at 10 DIRECTLY ON THE GULF BEACH

Tropical Vista.-.86.5 Schuchard-Pete Reynard's a.m. at the home of Mrs. Edward The Gulf Park FOR 11
Schuchard Plumbing..76 Stanley Ins.-rBayou Marina Johnson,521 72nd Street,Holmes All-Modern MOBILE HOMES
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1 Lay-Z-Liv-N Apartments..69 Subscribe to THE ISLANDER-- 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Recreation Hall Shuffleboard Cocktail Bar BRADENTON BEACH
The Islander....................64 Mailed anywhere in the U. .S. for Gordon Johnston, 8201 Gulf
Anna Maria Electric..62Island only S3.50 per year. Drive, Holmes Beach. l : ;

Marine Supply..........61 l8'lt: $ --S'sj
a Elgin Water Softeners and Filters l a .
Stanley Insurance..56 ., i. ; .
N Dick Wagner Realty...........55 t.
t Bayou Marina....:.............. 49 BONDED & INSURED } .i )_t APARTMENT:; /i\mr.\

Island Bank......................48 ,
Pete Reynard's Best..........46.5 ROY PHILLIPS i!:.!MOTEL, : $
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Lloyd Hanson...................227 5Ith Strut aId Holm loultTord, Holmes Beach Ttl. 771-146 For Reservations I 1-2 BBDROOMEFFICIENCIES. ,

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CHURCHESHARVEY Let's GoFishing _. .::.'. ,'.t ton year-old; a 28 Dennis pounder Roell by of R. Braden-L. Clayof

MEMORIAL CHURCH J : .; : ; Plant City, and a Vfa pound
(Non-Denominational() mangrove snapper by Jeanette
, \ BraderAon Beacb' Clay o{ Plant City, which she entered
1 Rev. A. W. SIMMS in the tournament.

I SUNDAY 9:30 aan.; Sunday School. -. t tZ1' Tuesday: M. L. Gordy of Jackson 1.

10:30 jn. Worship Sender. 1.--- .c. .... _.M_ _-' .:....1l Mich., 24. pound grouper: JI
R. P. Harman, Romulus, Mich.,
, ST. BERNARD MISSION Fishing aboard the Best Bet the .fWDB ,, 1 ,: ,. 23 pound grouper, and Reid
j jz
i I'riesi: REV. FRANCIS' r. WELSMIU.LR : \
Schedule of Masses past few days has been better :; ": ... .&iw -",' Steen, an 181% pound grouper.
I SUNDAYS: 8:00 and 10:00 ajn. than good, with some outstanding ESt a .f Wednesday: Joe Huepenbecker.
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WEEKDAYS: 8:00 ajn. ,. catches brought in several days l a 42 pound cobia; Reid Steen, 28:
I HOLY DAYS: 8:00 aua. and 6:00 p.m. in a row. More than a ton of red pound grouper, and Eugene Pa)..
Rosary and Benediction. black and red _4'.
snapper, grouper
WEDNESDAYS: 7:30 p.m. (Continued on Page 8)BESTBET')
scamp and amberjack were carried *
ashore Wednesday (see pic
ISLAND IAPTIST CHAPEL ture), with, the jackpot winners, I
RET. LEX RATiarr Pastor C. G. Yeager of Capital Trailer

THURSDAY: Park, 35 pound black grouper;
111 3:00 p.m.- Jr. G.A. & Sunbeams. Thelma Jones of Harrisburg, Pa.; Deep SeaFishing

FRIDAY 6:30 : 25 pound black grouper, and BEST BET, Cortex de.p-s.a fishing boat as she returned from Gulf lastWednesday
Youth Week
SUNDAY p.m. Banquet. Ernest White of Laurel, Del., a with a catch of more than 2,000 pounds of group.r and red
:
9:45 a.m. Sunday School. 20 pound black grouper. The snapper. (Islander'Photo)
I E catch included 82 red ,
11:00 snapper
Service.
a.m. Worship
Roanoke Va. 17 black I II'
1< of Bradenton and several pound
r 6:30 p.m. Junior Choir. 55 black and red grouper, a dozen rouse '
7:30 p.m. Worship Service. scamp and two amber jack. line J grouper weighing in up to grouper, and Wayne Stalcup, LEAVING DAILY 7:00AM
I French Lick Ind. I
MONDAY: Thursday: A catch of more 12 pounds. Largest red snapper IS1/ pounder. WIT H
6:30 p.m. R.A. than 1,350 pounds of fish reported <:aught was a 25 pounder pulledin Saturday: Reid Steen, Cortez,
TUESDAY: with the largest three, a 31 i by Cecil Morley of .Palmetto, 30 pound grouper; Ernie Acker of Capt. Soupy Davis
4:00 p.m. Intermediate C.A. who Tampa, 28 pound grouper, and
pound black grouper, a 28 pound- does his best fishing in the
7:30 W.M.U. Circle 1.
FROM
p.m. Joe Huepenbecker, 24 pound
WEDNESDAY er and a 25 pounder, caught by deeper water.
: TURNERS SEA FOOD DOCK
10:00 a.m. W.M.b\t\- Circle 2. Lorn Green of Southernaire Trailer grouper. .
7:30 p.m. Prayer any Chapel. Court, Donald Walker of Spectacular catches have been Sunday: Joe Huepenbecker CORTEZ FLORIDA
Meeting. Longboat Key and Robert Lo1 1 the. order of the day for the pas proved to be a one-man fishingcrew
8:30 p.m. Chapel Choir. \", baugh of Trailer Estates, respec- !sengers aboard the two Admiralsfor landing 64 and 40 pound EVERYTHING FURNISHED I
tively. 1 the past couple of weeks, with blue fin tuna; a 31V pound black FOR RESERVATIONSCALL
On the plenty of large grouper, plus five other grouper
ROSES MEMORIAL CHUICHNoaDtnominutioftGl Friday, Lobaugh caught ] grouper some 778-1228
( ) largest fish, a 33 pound grouper, 'cobia, red snapper, and even blue and a five pound mangrove snap
Rev. Richard K. Wiggins, Pastor with E. Culver of Bradenton and i fin tuna being pulled in from the per. He entered the largest grouper
A. V. Beck of East Lansing, THURSDAY: Mich. tied, each having a 20 Jackpot winners aboard the the Manatee County Fishing Tour
FRIDAY 7:30 p.m.: Senior Choir. pound grouper. More than 1,200 .Admiral Tuesday, March '20, nament. Other catches were a 30

3:30 p.m. Senior Retreat pounds of fish was caught. 'were Bob Lobaugh of Trailer, pound black grouper by nine-
LAYMEN'S SUNDAY: Passengers aboard the boat on J]Estates, a 27 pound grouper; Roy
9:00 a.m. Worship Service. a trip which left Friday night and '.Hyslop, St. Clair, Mich., 21M Decorative Plywood Filigree PanelsSIZE
10:00 a.m. Sunday School. returned Sunday morning, caught ]pounder, and Joe Huepenbecker,
11:15 a.m. Worship Service. more than 3,000 pounds of War 5:30 p.m. Fellowship Supper. saw grouper, black and rede 6:30 p.m. Senior and Intermedia OF PANEL (AU Styles)
Youth grouper and red snapper, with Thursday : Betty Stalcup,
I 6:30 p.m.Fellowships.Adult Program. the largest fish, a 78 pound War-J French Lick, Ind., 20 pound WIDTH HEIGHT
TUESDAY: saw grouper caught by H. W. ,i grouper; Viviene Robertson, 16 Inches X Inches

__1:00_ p.m. Guild Meeting. ------- 16 X 48 "
WEDNESDAY: 16" X 72"
,r 9:00 24 ". X 36"
a.m. Prayer Group. .
t PHELPS NURSERY 24. X 48.
r i 9:30 a.m. Lenten Service. 24.. .
X 72.
10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Mission-Work
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7:00 p.m. Boy Scout Troop No. 7. FLOWERING SHRUBS and PALMS (Made of Selected Scandinavian f
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SUNDAY:
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9:45 a.m. Church School. NORTH END ANNA MARIA Building Material
6:30 p.m. Catechetical Class,
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TUESDAY 7:00 p.m.: Choir Practice. HAVE YOU TRIED 6IIZ Free Delivery .J

8:00 p.m. Luther League, 508

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THURSDAY: Tackle Available-FARE $5.00-Lunch.Counter Aboard WhatEXECUTORTRUSTEE ,
7:00 & 9:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist.
PASSION SUNDAY Leaves 7:00 A.M. From Cortex Phone 778-1450

8:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
9:15 a.m. Family Eucharist and meet this
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11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer and Ser-
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WEDNESDAY 7:30 p.m. Evensong: and Sermon. responsibility, an Executor-Trustee should

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*e <> THE ISLANDER Thursday April 5. 1962

! ISLANDER A 50-YEAR MASON

I CUE LINES Ralph M. Kendall of 231 Har-
bor Drive South, Holmes Beach,

by Helen, Bradley recently received from the Masonic -
Grand Lodge of
-- Pennsylvania, t
Wither\' altlr cast finally into mischief. Dick has lived in an award for "Fifty Years of Meritorious -
assembled: Auin The Hook, new Anna Maria for 13 years, residing Masonic Achievement."
mystery ,thriller and the third and with his parents Mr. and Mrs.
final production of the season by Norman Rosedale. He will graduate -

I. the Island Pla}' rs. heads into in June from Manatee Junior ..::a.
the final week of rehearsals. The College, and plans to enter Flor-
, play is scheduled to open a four ida State University in September.This .
night run at the Anna Maria will be his second appear-
Community Hall on Wednesday ance with the Island Players, hav-
evening, April 11. ing played the part of Joe Fisherin
Hank Aldredge of Bradentonhas The Short Off., His off stage
been chosen to play the role interests are water skiing and related .
of Inspector Malcolm, British sports. Iii'"P
sleuth extraordinary. Hank's extensive Lucille Arnold of Holmes Beach ,
background in stock the- if costume chairman for Not inALDREDCE TWO BEDROOM Gulf Front home at 3005 Avenue F, Holmes Beach,
KENDALL purchased recently by Mr. and Mrs. Burnell F. Becker of Flint, Mich. I
I from Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wethington of Holmes Beach. The transactionwas
m Kendall, a member of Maclay negotiated by Dick Wagner, Realtor. (Islander Photo) 1
Lodge No. 632 F&AM I of Sun-
bury.

lent High Priest in Northumberland -

Chapter,Royal Arch Masons,
a Past Thrice Illustrious Masterof

Vallerchamp Council, Royal
and Select Masters, and a former
p Puissant District GrandMaster
Deputy
II MRS. AOLDROSE DALE of the Grand Council of
.
atre has given him the necessary The Book. Lucille (Mrs. L. R. Royal and Select Masters of Pen-
\ training to handle the part well Arnold) came to Florida from nsylvania. He is also a Past
with only the few rehearsals re- Chicago four years ago, and is Commander of Mount Hermon Commanded -
maining. He has appeared with now a permanent resident of the Knights Templar
t )i the Manatee Players in Summer Island. Mr. Arnold is a retired Pennsylvania.At .
and Smoke. Visit to a Small engineer for Sinclair Refining Co. present, Kendall is treasur-
Planet and Bus Stop, and spent She has worked costume mis-
as a erof the recently organized High ... .
three years of 16-week seasons tress for the Players for three Twelve Club on the Island.
with the Hanscom Players, an years, assisting Marjorie Jenkin- The award, in the form TWO BEDROOM home at 215 82nd Street, Holmes Beach, recently pur
area stock company which playeda son for two years, and was made 50-year chased by Mr. and Mrs. John Macs of Lexington I MI ch. from Mr. and
new show each week. Hank is costume chairman and a memberof of a solid gold, blue enameled Mrs. George Allen of Holmes Beach. Sale was handled by Gertrude
at- present associated with Al the board of directors last sea lapel pin, was presented to Ken- Blassingame, Realtor, of Anna Maria. (Islander Photo)
dredge Aluminum Sales, Inc. in son. She enjoys suimminjr and i is dall at a meeting of Palmetto
Bradenton, and is attending Manatee an avid golfer. Lodge No. 110,F&AM, last week. 1
Junior College preparing for z SWIMMING POOLS PATIOS
entrance to the School of Medicine -
at the University of Miami. HARRY M. RIFE CPJrtIL Cox

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and conditions. Rtmodding: Repairs ready for you at our store
: Additions. Trustworthy estimates -
ghee.NORMAN THE FINEST FOODS AT LOWEST PRICES TWO BEDROOMS; TWO BATHS; FLORIDA ROOM; CEN-

ROSEDALE Anna Maria ERNIE CAGNINA, Prop ANNA MARIA 778-1925 TRAL HEAT; TERRAZZO FLOORS; CARPORT AND
Off. 778-1410. Home 778-2591
UTILITY ROOM. CAN BE PURCHASED FOR $2,000

COME IN AND SEE OUR LINE OF LESS THAN ACTUAL COST!
SEE'S! *,[
JOHN B. PROTHERO

HARDWARE AND Real Estate Sales fir Rentals :I

ELECTRIC GLASS BOTTOM BOATS 116 81t STREET TELEPHONE 771.2554 HOLMES BEACH

HAND TOOLS .
k Income'Tax ServiceFOR

APPOINTMENT CALL For The BEST ,

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George L Thibodeou ROCKING CHAIRS--Regular $29 Only $19 ea. On The Island ,. '

Phone 778-1530. or 746-6150 HOTPOINT REFRIGERATOR, 11 cu. ft. $159

r WESTINGHOUSE Washing Machine, fully automatic, SEE
REASONER & ANSONFLORIST
Regular $345. Only $195

"free delivery to tAe Itlanf KELVINATOR Washing Machine, fully automatic, Holmes Real Estate .

Dixie Grande Hotel Bldg. Regular $ .. Only $175
Ph. 744-0651 or 746-9110 ufter 5 pm. FRIGIDAIRE 30-inch Stove
Fully equipped with clock,
WE HAVE EXCELLENT BUYS IN ALL PRICE RANGES
Regular $279. $169 .

; Island Repair & GARBAGE CAN ((20-gallon), Reg. $2.99..0nly $1.95 $6,500 to $35,000ALSO

Electric ServiceWe 20-gal. ELECTRIC DATER HEATER.............. $35
." FEW LOTS AT DISCOUNT PRICES
Service 30-gal. ELECTRIC WATER HEATER.$45

OIL BURNERS. GAS HEATERS. ALL FREE FREE FREE--Wet Mop with $10 purchase.BENNIE'S JACK HOLMES, Realtor ,

TYPES OF WINDOWS. HOT WATER HOLMES BEACH,. FLORIDA .
HEATERS APPLIANCES. PUMPS .
I BRANCH OFFICES
AND LAMPS. ,
Phone 778-1171 Phone 778-2876
Anything in toe fecfricaLine
All Kinds of Repairing Furniture & Appliance Bargain Center BRADENTON BEACH 85th STREET
0. A. Ritz SoUwnon
L. S. PntMia -
PHONE 778-2813 NEXT TO IGA FOODLINER, ANNA MARIA


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FOR SALE PRESTIGE PROPERTYWE Shop the Island .0 first!

OFFER ORE HALF BLOCKOF

f VACANT, CLEARED. WELL DRAINED LAND REALTYHOLMES
DICK ISLAND
FRONTING 106 FEET ON GULF AND HIGHWAY,
BEACH SHOPPING CENTER
AND 350 FEET ALONG SIDE STREET.

WAGNER ZONED FOR HIGH RISE MULTIPLE USE
HOW ABOUT THIS ?
$45,000
A TWO BEDROOM HOME ONLY A FEW MINUTES' WALK

RUTH MAHAR, Realtor LEO MAHAR, BrokerGulf TO SHOPPING CENTER. IN A-l CONDITION, COMPLETELY -

Drive and 77th Street, Anna Maria Phone 778-1159 REDECORATED INSIDE AND FULLY FUR-

NISHED. ONLY $10,500. TERMS.P. .

$14,950 BUYS ALL THIS!
778-2663 0. BOX 1012, Anna Maria Phone 778-2444

BEAUTIFUL SODDED AND LANDSCAPED LOTI!
1- CONSIDER THESE HOMESITES RESTRICTED AREAS:
ft EIGHT NATIVE PALM TREESI!
\ LAKE LaVISTA-
Look For These, Signs
PAVED STREETI! ALOT
65 x 118, With Boat Slip Right--$2,500 Terms.
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THE PRICE IS RIGHTI .-*.._ LARGE SCREENED PORCH! LAGUNA MARIA-

This type of property is in ".C'' ENCLOSED GARAGE! : LOT 80 x 141, $2,500, Terms. (
great demandBedroom "
x
ISLAND CEDARS-
Beachfront Home with on ONLY TWO BLOCKS TO THE BEACHI!

All-Electric. Built-in Kitchens RUN-DON'T WALKTO j BEAUTIFUL CANAL FRONT LOTS-$2,900 and up.
Dining and Living *

Rooms overlooking GULF 66TH STREET, AND SEE THIS yx TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED HOME, CLOSE TO STORES
through large sections of
awning windows. 2-Ton BUY OF THE WEEK \fS AND GULF, LOT 70 x 115, $13,500.
t Air Conditioner. Garage \'q: *
and Porch. This home is WM. B. LEE CO.
SOMETHING TO CONSIDER FOR INCOME PROPERTY
ready to move into. FurnIshed :
: .
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with expensive rat- 502 KEY ROYALE DRIVE PHONE,778-1917 if;t Three Bedroom, Two Bath Home, furnished; additional
tan Furniture. All Goes. ,
Jt '
REDUCED TO $20,000. _two bedroom apartment, double lot, close to Gulf. $20,000

-TERMS-. Here It Is Gertrude Blassingame, Realtor

SMALL, COMFORTABLE, Coquina Building Phone 778-1333
FLORIDA HOMEAt SISLER J. DUDLEY, BrokerSalesman178.2156

208 67th Street, Holmes Bonus House No. 6.NOWCOMPLETELY Anna Maria, Florida
Beach.It has two bedrooms,

two baths,built-in kitchen,
Large air-conditioned Living :_' '. .i.'_ o"',,.,;{,;
t Room and Dining Area $100 Down
opening onto a screened
porch. Full garage. Land
scaped Lot.Only one blockto

the beach.Price.$15,500 .
unfurnished. About $5,000 Canal
Front Lots
I. down,balance$100 monthly
with no closing costal!
t. FINISHED, ON KEY ROYALE 67TH

GARDENER'S PARADISE STREET, AND HAS A CLOSED GARAGE WITH SEPARATE \' INLUANA
209 65th Street, Holmes I
,) Beach. This attractive two UTILITY ROOM. 16 X 20. LIVING ROOM, 9 X 9H

bedroom home is well built DINING ROOM, LARGE KITCHEN WITH FORMICA TOP ISLES

and has central gas heating, COUNTERS, 13 X 28 FLORIDA ROOM WITH SLIDING
extra large garage, terrazzo
floors, attic fans. Lot 118x GLASS WALLS, 2 LARGE BEDROOMS AND 2 BATHS.
$25 MONTHLY PAYMENTS INCLUDE 6% INTEREST
105, with lots of shrubs 1587 SQUARE FEET OF LIVING AREA ON A 100 X 105
and fruit tr.... Priced at
$16,500, partly furnished. FOOT WATERFRONT, SEAWALLED LOT,ALL SODDED .JI. *
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AND LANDSCAPED. BE SURE TO SEE IT. IT'S WELL

THREE BEDROOM HOMEon WORTH THE EFFORT. ALL FOR ONLY $20,200! Holmes Beach
79th Street, Holmes
Beach, which has Canal
Rights. Large living room PEDER MICKELSEN, 609 Key Royale Drive, 778-2845
and Porch.Carport and utility 778.1917 3 Bedroom Bath Horn
BILL LEE, 502 Key Royale Drive,
room. ONLY $15,000-
$2,500 down,assume FHA JACK MARSHALL, Realtor, Anna Maria, 7782614JACK'S
CBHomeUNFURNISHED
mortgage at $96 a month.
.
.

BEST BUY IN WITH CENTRAL HEAT, SEPARATE
t BRADENTON BEACH BARGAINS:
This lovely two-bedroom DINING ROOM, DOCKING PRIVILEGES
t Home with Fireplace and
Large Patio. Surroundedwith ANNA MARIA: DUPLEX APARTMENTS, MODERN WELL- $17,500--NAME YOUR OWN TERMS!
FURNISHED, WITH A FULL EXTRA LOT. GOOD INCOME
Palm Trees and Pines.
Fully Furnished and ONLY PRODUCER. NOW.REDUCED.TO ONLY $13,0001! -
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100 feet from the Bay. Has
two extra lots zoned for BAY FRONT LOT IN ANNA MARIA. NICE SAND BEACH FOR WATERFRONT AND NON-WATERFRONT .

duplex for future expansion.A SWIMMING. MAGNIFICENT VIEW. CUT TO JUST $4,000. LOTS AVAILABLEAlso
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BUY If there ever was

onel Only $13,500, $3,000 DUPLEX APARTMENTS ON HIGHWAY, EXCELLENT CONDITION the Area's Finest Homes in All Price RangesSEE

down, $85 per month. No FULLY FURNISHED. AN EXCEPTIONAL OFFERING
closing costs. US FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND
FOR ONLY $9,500.
COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
.
EXTRA SPECIAL
CANAL LOT ON 77TH St., HOME VALUE EXTRAORDINARY: THIS NEW TWO BEDROOM .

HOLMES BEACH. Seawall HOME ON LARGE TREE-STUDDED LOT OFFERS .
and paved street. $3,500, 4"
t CASH BEAUTY, STYLE AND LUXURY, INCLUDING FULL 3
Walter S. Hardin
t INSULATION, CENTRAL HEAT, TERRAZZO FLOORS,

Bradenton Beach Lot.$1 .- TWO LOVELY TILE BATHS, THE LATEST IN FINE
,5 00 Each. Realty Company
+ 75 Foot Lot* $2,500 KITCHEN CABINETS, ENCLOSED GARAGE, UTILITY
Realtors
52 Lots In Holmes Beach ROOM, SLIDING GLASS DOORS TO SCREENED PATIO.
$850 each,Terms
ft. PORCH,PLUSNUMEROUSOTHERMODERN FEATURES.
Parcel 285 on Highway,
L 800 ft. deepMake Offer. ONLY $15,850 ON TERMS ARRANGED FOR YOUR
Commercial Lot 100 x 120
$11,000 CONVENIENCE.SHOWN :ANNA MARIA ISLAND OFFICE

Gulf Front Lot-z.oned Motel BY APPOINTMENT
r 778- OI0 BOB CABLE, Manager 778-1756
J8WO

k Two Lots on The Gulf- JACK MARSHALL Realtor FRAN MAXON, Associate 7782307r
Zoned Duplex-$22.500
M & M BUILDING ANNA MARIA 778-214
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LET'S FISHING...
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(Continued from Page 5) MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER

..1 Tw pleasant rite, to set one' name in print."-LORD BYRON Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida

ton, Middietown Ohio, 20%

pound black grouper. TRIPP'S COURT: Mr. and Mrs. F. Clements Gardner and son of Thur-
Thursday: Jack Prosser Pal. Reif of Fort Thomas, Ky. Mr. and mont, Md. ISLAND PHARMACY, Inc.
metto, 23 pound grouper; Bill Mrs. F. J. Dinkel of Chippewa Falls, SEA LAWN APARTMENTS: Mr.
Mathews, Bradenton Beads, '22 Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Carter and Mrs. Ostie Miller of Tampa LAIN
and party of Eagle Lake. Mr. and Mrs. George Pastes and Mrs. YOUR MONEY CHANEL
and C. D. Jacobs
pound grouper, Abrial of Plant
ROD AND REEL MOTEL: Mr. and Loma City. REVLON
Grafton, W. Va., 21 pound group. Mrs. Jack Whiteside of Tampa SNYDER APARTMENTS: Mr. and BUYS MORE RUBENSTEIN
Mr. and Mrs. E. Florence of Hart- Mrs. Jay Dean and Mr. and Mrs.A. .
er.Friday: Ralph Bravata, Grand ford City, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hill of Troy, N. Y. have returnedto WHITMAN
Schwarz of Webster Groves Mo. their homes after spending two COMPLETE
Mich. 27
Rapids, pound grouper; Patricia Meier of Tampa Mr. and months Mr. and Mrs. Earl Woesw-
Harvey Hookway, Bradenton, 22 Mrs. K. J. Caritzers of Tampa ner and Mr. and Mrs. Don Moore of 'E
pound grouper, and Jim Bruney, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hattat of Delevan, Dayton, Ohio are spending two weeks d' ttatt
Cortez, 20% pounder. Wis. Richard Woessner and Mrs. Edna
and E. MERRIMAC ON THE GULF: Mr. Byerely of Elkhart, Ind. are visiting LINE
Saturday: Roy Hyslop '
and Mrs. William E. Brown of So. their aunt Mrs. Charlotte Snyder .
F. Borders of Bradenton, each a Burlington Vt. 'Mr. and Mrs. E. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Postema of Willard j IN A REAL LuncheonetteFountain
28 pound grouper; Leonard G. McManamy of Toronto. Ohio have returned home after spend.
Spaulding of Bradenton, 26 pound HALEY'S MOTEL: Mr. and Mrs.J. ing the winter here. DRUG STORESportswear Services
and Bill Mathews, 25 V4 Harold Blackwell of Galt, Ont. LAY-Z-LIV-N APARTMENTS: W. s
grouper Mr. and Mrs. Ned Brown of Skaneatc- R. Carter of Lake City Mr. and
pound grouper. lea, N. Y. Mrs. M. G. Miller of Mrs. John Boomstra of Grand Rapids, Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p...
Aboard the Admiral Too, on Detroit Mr. and Mrs. Earl A. Mich. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Nuhn -=
Tuesday, March 20, J. R. Beachof Biggs of Tampa Mr. and Mrs.P. and the Robertsons of Amherst, Ohio
Ft. Meade landed the jackpot Spiller of Rockville Center, N. Y. Louis Carroll of Sarasota Phone 778-1411 Night 778-2075 J. D. WEBB, Pharmacist
NOMAD MOTEL: Mrs. Lester C. Edgar Stakley of Lakeville Conn. r.
winner, a 25V& pound grouper. Bush and daughter of Columbus, Ohio SWARTS SUNSET APARTMENTS':
Next were W. M. Miller of Upper Mr. and Mrs. R. Zern and daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Taylor of Birmingham .'
Sandusky, Ohio, 24 pound group' of Evanston, 111. I. Mr. and Mrs. Ala.SCHELTER. ...
er, and Glen Sovine of Hurricane, C. B. Altic of South Bend, Ind. APARTMENT: Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Altic, Jr. and and Mrs. Roy Vance and Mr. and \o"
W. Va., a 17 pound grouper.A daughters of South Bend, Ind. Mr. Mrs. Herman E. Storrer Rochester, t
two-day trip Monday and and Mrs. H. 'E. Lambeth of Arguile, N. Y. .
Tuesday brought in.some large N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence H. AYALA COTTAGE: Mr. and Mrs. SIZES teM&4 |
grouper, plus a 33 pound red Clark of Gales Ferry, Conn. Mr. Harry Cole of Rochester N.. Y. : \
Wellauer of Milwaukee PRINCESS MARTHA .
and Mrs. E. J. : Mr. and
snapper caught by Harry Allen of J Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barnes of Mrs. Wendell Moore and family of
Miles City, Mont., the largest red Islington Ont. Louisville, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. John 8 to 46 V
rapper ever caught aboard either SEA ISLE MOTEL: Mrs. Garry Ray Newcomb and family of Jack
of the Amdirals. Largest grouper Bollene and party of Spring Lake sonville 111.PROTHERO. szoy
"anded Mich. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Fabelof APARTMENTS: Mr.
were Joe Huepenbecker's3J Bay Village Ohio. and Mrs. A. R. Shannon of Flint Mich. QUEEN
% pounder, Harry Allen's37t FLAMINGO COURT MOTEL: RuthH. BIMINI BAY RAY APARTMENTS:
pounder, and a 35 pounder Towns of Lynn, Mass. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Perry and Mr. \\tj1s3\\ CASUALS I
ought by Ted Kok of Grand Mrs. R. L. Hawkins of Alliance, Ohio and Mrs. B. Fryman of Urbana 111. ,
Mich. All enteredin Mr. and Mrs. James Turner of *
Rapids, were
Sebring Ohio.S. Ezra H. Young and his shier Mr*. ,- "
the Manatee County ,Fishing S. WHITE SANDS MOTEL: Mr. Allan Heath who have spent the :::.
Tournament. and Mrs. R. L. Kennedy of New winter at their home on 56th Stn'et.
Wednesday: George Richardson Providence N. J. Mr. and Mrs.E. Holmes Beach left Sunday fur their
Hazel Park, Mich., 32 pound F. Barker of Cincinnati Mr. home at Orient, L. L, N. Y. They
and Mrs. H. L. Hall of Oakmont Pa. plan to return to the Island in December .
grouper; Lula Robison, Spartan. Mr. and Mrs. Stan Williams and when they will occupy the
burg, S. C., 26 pound grouper, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kidder of Battle Clark Cottage on North Shore Drive
and Angelo Fincarp of Siesta Key, Creek Mich. Mr. and Mrs. AdamJ. Anna Maria. y Phone
a 21 pounder.Friday Hartman of Messena, N. Y. Mr. *
Don and Mrs. Walter Hannaway of Tampa. Mrs. Nancy L. Murray of Braden. 778-1161
: Heffelfinger, May- HARBOR LIGHTS MOTEL: Mr. ton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. "
wood, Ill., a 43 pound cobia; and Mrs. C..T. Keet of Wyckoff, N. J. Fowler of Bradenton, became the bride Pier, I IRENE CASSADY,
Harry Allen; 28 pound grouper, Mr. and Mrs. K. Salesbury of North. on Saturday of Thomas L. Butcher. so4 u CAR+-"men f women OWNERNORCROSS
and Maurice DeClercq of Jet brook 111. Arthur E. Olsen of Story They were married by Judge Frank
Trailer Park City, Iowa Mr. and Mrs. William Arpaia. Mrs. Butcher is an employeeof
22% pound group.er Gibbons of Leesburg Mr. and the Island office of Walter S. liar N (fj) OJ) cJ)
Mrs. Grant Clark of Baltimore Ohio din Realty Co.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Cottle of *
"Boonton, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. BEALL COTTAGE: Professor! and Easter CardsFLOWER
Huntington Gilchrist of Ridgefield, Mrs. Charles Trout of Homewood, 111.
UNCLASSIFIED Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce O. KENNEDY APARTMENT: Mr. and
z Ranck of Carneys Point N. J: Mr. Mrs. Howatt Mallinson while their
4 ,nc. Paymtnt 1"111..1)) and Mrs. H. S. Nallinger of Phila. new home is being built. ARRANGEMENTSFOR
1.00 inch 50c minimum" delphia s
EAST O THE SUN: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mercer D. Walton of
SUBSCRIBE to The Islander for only Don Cliburn of Ft .Wayne, Ind.: Glenside Pa. were recent guests of EASTER GIVINGI! ,
13.50 per year, and have it deliveredby John Garpow of Ft. Lauderdale Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cable of White RENTAL LIBRARY
mail each Thursday. Mail Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myers and fam Avenue, Anna Maria.
check plus your mail address to your The ,ily of Ft. Wayne Ind. Mr. and Mrs. .* t The Sand Dollar Gift Shop
Islander, Anna Maria Florida. F. Lambert and daughter of Sault Ste. Mr. and Mrs. Merritt M. Agard
Marie. Ont.PALM have returned to Trumansburg. N. Y. Shirley end John Duytschavtr
COURT: Mr. and Mrs. Paul after spending several'months on the
YEAR ROUND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Tuttle of Painesville, Ohio Mrs. Island.ISLAND I
: Mowfe. ....., trim- I
alai Floors cleaned tad polish EXTRA LOW PRICESDURING
ed Window washed tad oiled TV
... ProBpC and efficient service .
Reasonable mat nf xenons f rJibed. GULF DRIVE, HOLMES BEACH PHONE 778-1703
Ken Fellows. Phone 7784894 OUR

After 430.- Zenith
.A. ICOLORI PhilcoWE
FIRE EXTINGUISHER Sales & Serr.
ice. Bradenton Beach Fire D pt. Sale
Frank Beard. 778.1431. April DaysSells
1 it* HAVE IT...
l ISLANDER PHOTOS: A* a service
to oat readers, S by 7 enlargements
FROM TOYS TO TOWELSISLAND
of any pictare appearing ia The In- Regularly for 5.40SPECIAL
lander are available atf 1.25 each.
VARIETY STORE TEL. 778-1021

FOR SALE: Beautiful White Poodle
Pappy, Male, AKC Registered, sixweek. rrs f! ; r
s old. Call 7467595. COME IN AND BROWSE

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FOR SAIL: Sailing catamaran. Low
mileage. Fiberglass pontoons. Lateen n :: .
rig. New Johnson Motor. Tel.
7782391. $950. Good Condition. ftbliBr I I

FOR SALE: Two adjoining wooded
high Iota in Holmes Beach. Close (G 1IoP 778.1020Insurance.
to shoppiax canter and walkwayto
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Cnlf. Each lot 57k ft. front by
105 ft. deep. Zoned for Duplexes J JI

or homes. Will sell separately. MADISON-MAID I
Phone owner at 7781619. The Best


t FOR apartment RENT with:Fnmiahed-electric two bedrooms kitchenlad I IRONING I TABLE I

tile bath. Annual basis, 165.permonth .
,plan utilities. 7781696. antq WITH PA D COVER
Always

ATE TIONS en'a Us* of detlrDtrMse..Psa ATTACHED

JilL+ Frank Beard; 77H4M.: ." //y f/I Q Costs Less f lsftlifi4 Island Hardware ,
7N S
vlf' VOUUe & Marine
fOR: SALE: 2 Large Hol... Beach SupplyIf
Houma ltoe. 771-1697
Lota with plenty of trees. Near Ifi G*.tral Hardware or Houscwarts or Garden Supplies, v, have. it- -j
'Stepping Center and coned f.o.II 778.1544roar or will get it for you 778-2811

--. .... each, -.-.
AUTHORIZED DEALER Larson Boat., Scott & Evlnrud
Call 77S-ieie. Walter S. Hardla
Realty Co.. Inc., Realtor. tSLAH&S OLDEST INSUXANCf AGENCY Motors, Murray TratUrs.





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